Ferragamo’s creative director, Maximilian Davis, brings minimalism to the forefront, redefining the Italian heritage brand’s look in the new Resort 2024 collection. This new line highlights the 27-year-old designer’s expertise in sharp tailoring, polished silhouettes, and understated hues, veering away from the usual prints and graphics.
The collection, deeply influenced by familial connections, harmoniously blends Davis’ Trinidadian-Jamaican roots with Italian traditions and the Ferragamo legacy. Resort 2024 places emphasis on everyday pieces found in a family wardrobe, but with a sophisticated twist.
The line-up showcases precision in construction, with slim and straight-cut suits, well-structured leisurewear, and cinched-waist feminine pieces. Davis’ reinterpretation of a Fall 1999 quilted down jacket with a less extravagant approach, aligning with the popular “quiet luxury” trend, reinforces the collection’s ties to the brand’s decades-spanning archives.
With matching sets, less-casual-than-usual tracksuits, and large, uniquely carried bags, the Resort 2024 collection solidifies Davis’ contemporary stewardship of the Ferragamo label, propelling its narrative forward while maintaining the timeless appeal of this nearly century-old brand.